Xiaomi 12S Pro, 12 Ultra and Mixfold 2 will probably use 67W charging
Certificates registered in China 3C show Xiaomi will soon introduce some new smartphones. According to predictions, these phones will include Xiaomi 12S, Xiaomi 12S Pro, Xiaomi 12 Ultra and Mix Fold 2. For some reason, the future flagships of this company will be released with 67W charging, but it is possible that the Xiaomi 12 Ultra will be introduced in a unique color and of course without the Leica logo.
According to NotebookCheck, famous leaker DigitalChatStation has now shared new details about the company’s upcoming flagships after announcing Xiaomi’s partnership with Leica. According to this leaker, the Chinese tech giant is preparing the Xiaomi 12 Ultra in two new colors, one of which will probably be ceramic. It seems that this brand has decided to release the Xiaomi 12 Ultra with a ceramic coating similar to the Mix 4 along with a black leather model.
The leather model is probably similar to the green version Xiaomi 12 Pro. DigitalChatStation also noted that Leica probably won’t allow its iconic red logo to appear on Xiaomi phones. Meanwhile, in the conceptual renderings published of Xiaomi 12 Ultra, we saw the use of the Leica logo on the body of this device.
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As mentioned, several flagship devices From Xiaomi, they have been seen on the 3C China website. Apparently, the company has received 3C certification for the Xiaomi 12S, Xiaomi 12S Pro and Mixfold 2 models. The information of this certificate shows that the three mentioned phones will use 67W charging. Unfortunately, according to recent rumors, Xiaomi is expected to release these three smartphones only in China; An action that might be done for Xiaomi 12 Ultra.
Currently, the exact date of the introduction of the future flagship phones of Xiaomi is not available. It is also expected that only a few of the company’s next flagship devices will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 chip.